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Pastor Annette Damico

Join Us as we welcome Pastor Annette Damico

Church in the City

2648 N. Hackett Ave.

Milwaukee, WI  53211

Friday, April 12, 2019   7:00PM

Pastor Annette Damico is the Senior Pastor of Pipeline to Jesus Church. Pastor Annette was married to Pete Damico for 50 years before he went home to be with the Lord. She has 3 children and 6 grandchildren.

Pipeline to Jesus Church was started at its present location in 2005. It was initially birthed out of the family owned business, Pipe Organ Pizza on 6th and Oklahoma Avenue. Here the Lord told Pastor Annette that “Pipe Organ Pizza will become a Pipeline to Jesus, making it neutral ground and easier for people to know my name.”

Pastor Annette has an energetic personality and is a fiery preacher. She is surrendered to Jesus and is a servant of the Lord. She stands up for truth and is bold in her preaching. Pastor Annette believes in the 9 gifts of the Holy Spirit as referenced in 1 Corinthians 12:8-10. The Revelation Gifts: Knowledge, Wisdom, and Discerning of Spirits. The Vocal Gifts: Diverse Kinds of Tongues, Interpretation of Tongues, and Prophecy. The Power Gifts: Faith, Healing, and the Working of Miracles. Pastor Annette has been blessed with the manifestation of healing and miracles.

Human Trafficking Campaign

Join us to watch the documentary ” I am Jane Doe” and pray for the victims of human trafficking. Dinner will be provided.
Content not recommended for children under 16 years of age due to the sensitive nature of the topic. Limited childcare will be provided.
Tonight , we will also be educated on a donation drive we will be participating in thru April 1st. We want to show God’s love to those in our community healing from exploitation. Informational handouts will be provided in the lobby.
Saturday, March 2, 2019 6 PM – 8 PM
Church in the City Milwaukee
2648 N Hackett Ave,
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211

Bidal Torrez @ CITC

Join us at Church in the City Friday, February 22nd, at 7:00PM.

Pastors Bidal & Sherry Torrez are the founders and Senior Pastors of Valley Harvest Church in Neenah, Wisconsin are coming to CITC.   Bidal & Sherry have pastored for nearly 25 years and for the last 20 years have been nurturing revival, with Valley Harvest Church now operating as a center for revival in the state of Wisconsin. Together, they desire to see the body of Christ reach its fullest potential by preaching the pure Word of God and demonstrating the love and power of God by the Holy Spirit. Their mandate is to equip the body of Christ to advance the Kingdom of God, and to teach every person how to live victoriously by knowing their identity in Christ.

Pastor Torrez’s ministry is marked by a strong prophetic anointing and revelatory preaching, infusing the Father’s love wherever he travels. He is used greatly by God to create an atmosphere that brings people into a place of joy, peace and intimacy with the Lord so that healing may take place

Women’s Bible Study @ CITC

 

             

 Women’s Bible Study

 Beginning February 9th, the women of CITC will gather again on Saturdays to meet with God and each   other.  The meeting time has changed–10:00 to 11:30–but the wisdom, love, and tissues will still flow freely.  Bring a friend, and come be a part of this dynamic group.

Worship Night February 15th

Worship Night                                                                                                                                          We have had to cancel our Worship Night for tomorrow.  Our voices have been effected by this weather.   It is rescheduled for Friday, February 15th, beginning at 7pm, be prepared for Heaven to break into Earth. Our own David Duncan III will be leading us into the throne room of God in an evening of worship in song and Spirit. Let His Kingdom come!!

 

 

Spotlight Ministry – The TLC Ministry

The TLC ministry, which stands for Tender Loving Care, is a great way for people who are in need of assistance to find the help they need. If you are having a difficult time and are in need of some assistance, please feel free to contact CITC via email, citc@citcweb.org, or by phone, 414-961-1122. We will do our best to connect you with someone who can help. If you have something to offer the congregation and want to do so so in a simple and potentially anonymous way, you can also reach out to this ministry and they will work to find your offering makes it to someone in need.